Round-up: Weekend's Club Championship Gaelic Football action
Donegal Senior Football Championship Quarter-Finals
Naomh Conaill 2-16 Glenfin 0-5
Gaoth Dobhair 0-14 Sean MacCumhaill's 1-10
St Eunan's 8-11 Realt na Mara 0-6
Kilcar 3-14 St Michael's 3-12
It was a busy weekend in Donegal as St Eunan's, Naomh Conaill, Gaoth Dobhair, and Kilcar all earned victories.
Caolan Ward, Sean McGettigan, Padraig McGettigan, Eoin McGeehin, Niall O'Donnell (2), and Conor O'Donnell (2) all netted goals for St Eunan's against Realt na Mara.
Cian Mulligan's last gasp point steered Gaoth Dobhair into a penultimate round clash against Kilcar.
Darragh O'Donnell, Stephen McBrearty, and Matthew McClean scored goals for Kilcar, who survived despite a brave St Michael's fightback.
Charles McGuinness and Ethan O'Donnell struck goals for holders Naomh Conaill against Glefin ensuring the Glenties club will now face St Eunan's.
Tyrone Senior Football Championship Semi-Finals
Trillick 2-13 Na Fianna Coalisland 1-12
Dungannon 0-19 Errigal Ciaran 2-12
Ciaran Barker landed a late winning score as Dungannon defeated Errigal Ciaran in the Tyrone SFC at Healy Park.
Odhran Robinson and Ciaran McGinley struck goals for Errigal, but a determined Dungannon outfit refused to be denied.
With Paul Donaghy sharp from frees Dungannon eventually prevailed to set up a final meeting with Trillick.
Liam Gray and Simon Garrity netted goals for Trillick, who defeated Coalisland.
Monaghan Senior Football Championship Semi-Finals
Scotstown 0-17 Carrickmacross 1-6
Ballybay Pearses 4-19 Inniskeen 1-25 AET
For a match report from Scotstown's win over Carrickmacross click here.
An exciting encounter involving Ballybay Pearses and Inniskeen required extra-time.
Ultimately Shane McGuinness' late goal steered Ballybay into the decider.
Initially Ballybay appeared to be in control as majors from Thomas Kerr and Paddy O'Neill helped them into a seven point interval advantage.
Oisin McConville's Inniskeen, though, responded with Andrew Woods replying with a goal.
Christopher McGuinness rattled the Inniskeen net, but extra-time was needed, and Ballybay emerged victorious.
Down Senior Football Championship Quarter-Finals
Ballyholland 1-14 Loughinisland 0-16
Kilcoo 2-17 Rostrevor 2-11
Warrenpoint 0-20 Clonduff 3-11 AET
Warrenpoint win 4-2 on penalties
Holders Kilcoo scored two goals in the first quarter to seize control against Rostrevor.
Paul Devlin converted a penalty and Jerome Johnston also rattled the Rostrevor net.
Ryan Magee slotted the winning penalty as Warrenpoint eventually overcame Clonduff following an action packed encounter.
Antrim Senior Football Championship Semi-Finals
Cargin 3-9 Lamh Dhearg 1-13
Creggan 2-10 Portglenone 1-8
Ronan Gribbin, Pat Shivers, and Tomas McCann scored goals for Cargin, who overcame Lamh Dhearg.
Creggan, boosted by a Ruairi McCann goal, finished strongly to beat Portglenone.
Derry Senior Football Championship
O'Donovan Rossa 1-8 Lavey 0-9
The Loup 0-21 Dungiven 1-11
Swatragh 0-13 Banagher 2-3
Slaughtneil 3-21 Foreglen 0-8
Ballinascreen 1-12 Bellaghy 0-9
Ballinderry 2-18 Newbridge 1-15
Glen 3-20 Kilrea 1-10
Eoghan Rua 3-10 Claudy 1-14
The draw for the quarter-finals of the Derry SFC has been made.
Glen and Slaughtneil collide following emphatic victories at the weekend.
The meeting of Magherafelt and Swatragh will attract plenty of local interest.
Ballinascreen and Ballinderry are also set to do battle in the last eight, while Eoghan Rua and The Loup clash.
Offaly Senior Football Championship
Rhode 3-13 Cappincur 0-10
Tullamore 1-17 Clara 0-9
Edenderry 2-17 Bracknagh 3-10
Ferbane 1-22 Shamrocks 1-9
Holders Ferbane will meet Tullamore in the penultimate round, while Rhode and Edenderry are set to do battle in the semi-final.
Tullamore overcame Clara in impressive fashion with Luke Egan and Johnny Moloney excelling.
Rhode were too strong for Cappincur, while Ferbane and Edenderry also chalked up satisfying wins.
Wicklow Senior Football Championship Semi-Final
Tinahely 2-13 Avondale 2-13 AET
Tinahely win 4-3 on penalties
Baltinglass 1-13 Arklow Geraldines Ballymoney 2-7
Adam McHugh's 1-4 contribution guided Baltinglass into the Wicklow SFC Final.
On Saturday evening Tinahely also reached the decider following a dramatic penalty shootout triumph over Avondale.
Longford Senior Football Championship
Longford Slashers 1-9 Fr Manning Gaels 1-7
St Columba's Mullinalaghta 1-15 Colmcille 2-10
James McGivney's goal was the critical score as St Columba's Mullinalaghta defeated Colmcille.
Substitute Ruairi Harkin had been influential for Colmcille, registering 2-1, but Mullinalaghta with Jayson Matthews and Rian Brady sharp, dug out a victory.
Darragh O'Connell scored 1-2 for Longford Slashers, who defeated Fr Manning Gaels.
Kildare Senior Football Championship
Casteldermot 2-19 Monasterevin 0-12
Johnstownbridge 5-17 St Laurence's 1-13
Moorefield 1-14 Maynooth 1-9
Celbridge 1-13 Round Towers 1-5
Carbury 1-12 Raheens 1-11
Sarsfields 4-15 Eadestown 1-6
Championship action made a welcome return to St Conleth's Park.
Castledermot, Johnstownbridge, Moorefield, Celbridge, Carbury, and Sarsfields all registered victories at the Newbridge venue.
Laois Senior Football Championship
Ballylinan 0-12 Rosenallis 0-8
Portarlington 1-11 Portlaoise 0-10
St Joseph's 1-12 Stradbally 0-14
Ballyfin 2-11 Ballyroan Abbey 2-8
Arles Killeen 2-15 Arles Kilcruise 0-12
Killeshin 2-15 Courtwood 2-11
Jake Foster's late goal sealed Portarlington's win against Portlaoise.
Elsewhere Arles Killeen, Killeshin, Ballylinan, and St Joseph's secured encouraging victories too.
Carlow Senior Football Championship
Eire Og 1-12 Bagenalstown Gaels 0-5
Old Leighlin 0-6 Tinryland 0-5
Rathvilly 0-15 Palatine 1-5
Mount Leinster Rangers 1-13 O'Hanrahans 2-7
Holders Eire Og commenced the defence of the Carlow SFC with a comfortable win over Bagenalstown Gaels.
Old Leighlin, Rathvilly, and Mount Leinster Rangers also enjoyed opening weekend wins.
Waterford Senior Football Championship
The Nire 2-15 Kilmacthomas 0-5
Rathgormack 3-21 St Saviours 0-7
Ballinacourty 3-17 Ardmore 1-7
Brickey Rangers 3-11 Stradbally 0-13
The Nire, Rathgormack, Ballinacourty, and Brickey Rangers all scored well when claiming wins on the first weekend of Waterford SFC action.
Cork Senior Football Championship
Ballincollig 2-8 Carrigaline 0-11
Newcestown 2-12 Carbery Rangers 2-9
Castlehaven 4-19 Ilen Rovers 2-4
Nemo Rangers 1-15 Douglas 1-10
St Finbarrs 1-17 Clonakilty 1-13
Valley Rovers 0-12 Bishopstown 1-8
Paul Kerrigan and Luke Connolly combined to land nine points between them as Nemo Rangers proved too strong for Douglas.
Valley Rovers earned a quarter-final place following a narrow win over Bishopstown.
Tadhg Twomey and Jack Meade netted goals for Newcestown against Carbery Rangers.
Cian Dorgan and Dara Dorgan scored goals for Ballincollig, who beat Carrigaline.
Mark Collins (2-3) and Brian Hurley (0-7) were prominent in Castlehaven's triumph over Ilen Rovers.
Tipperary Senior Football Championship Semi-Final
Clonmel Commercials 0-12 Kilsheelan-Kilcash 0-6
Colman Kennedy impressed for Clonmel Commercials, kicking four points from play, as the holders advanced to another Tipperary SFC Final.
Roscommon Senior Football Championship Semi-Finals
St Brigid's 2-15 Boyle 2-9
Padraig Pearses 1-11 Clann na nGael 1-10
Lorcan Daly's last gasp point ensured holders Padraig Pearses edged out Clann na nGael.
Pat Flanagan's charges will now meet St Brigid's in the final.
The Kiltoom club had enough forward power to beat Boyle with Ruaidhri Fallon and Ben O'Carroll scoring goals.
Mayo Senior Football Championship Semi-Finals
Breaffy 0-15 Westport 0-13
Knockmore 0-17 Ballina Stephenites 0-13
Colm Flynn's seven points were crucial as Breaffy overcame Westport on Saturday evening.
Sunday's derby match culminated in a victory for Knockmore, who defeated rivals Ballina Stephenites.
Kevin McLoughlin was in brilliant form for Knockmore scoring three points, while Aidan Orme was another key performer.
Sligo Senior Football Championship Semi-Finals
Drumcliffe/Rosses Point 1-7 Coolera/Strandhil 0-09
Tourlestrane 0-11 St Mary's 2-4
Holders Tourlestrane were given a real scare by St Mary's before finishing strongly.
Trailing by four points late on with James Leonard landing the winner.
Niall Collery's goal was the important score as Drumcliffe/Rosses point shaded a tight battle with Coolera-Strandhill.